The August 26 1926 Toronto Daily Star contained a brief article on a man from India who had a very long name.
I’m thinking that it was a bit rude of the Daily Star to poke fun at his long name.
When looking this up, I discovered that Diwan Bahadur (or Dewan Bahadur) was a title used when India was controlled by the British, not a name.
I couldn’t find out anything about Sir Tiruvalyangudi Vijayaraghavacharya, other than that he wrote a pamphlet on India in 1944, titled The Land and Its Problems. So he was an influential figure for some time.